CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The Harvard men's and women's cross country teams are set to continue championship season at the NCAA Northeast Regional Championships this Friday, Nov. 15. The women's 6000m race will begin at 11:00 a.m., and the men's 10,000m will follow at 12 p.m. The race will be live-streamed on FloTrack ($).
The race was slated to be competed at the Audubon Golf Course in Amherst, N.Y., but nearly nine inches of snow fell earlier in the week and it will now be contested on a road course. Follow along on Twitter @USTFCCCA for the latest updates.
What to Know
- The Crimson return from a two-week hiatus after the Ivy League Heptagonal Championships, a race in which both the men's and women's teams finished in second place. Both teams are now ranked second in the Ivy League.
- The Harvard women received five votes in this week's USTFCCCA National Poll.
- Harvard had four student-athletes named to the All-Ivy League team, including junior Anna Juul (first-team), first-year Colin Baker (second team), senior Kieran Tuntivate (second-team) and junior Matthew Pereira (second-team).
- Entering the race, the Crimson men are ranked fourth in the Northeast region and the women are ranked fifth.
- The men's team will race 10,000m for the first time this season.
- Three Crimson individuals qualified for nationals at the regional championships a season ago: Tuntivate (second), junior Hugo Milner (fifth) and senior Lisa Tertsch (third).
The NCAA National Championships are slated for Saturday, Nov. 23 in Terre Haute, Indiana.
IT'�� ����(��) PROBLEM!— USTFCCCA (@USTFCCCA) November 12, 2019
Nearly 9 inches of snow fell in Buffalo yesterday, breaking a 77-year-old record for November 11.
That just means @UBAthletics was ready to attack the day today, clearing the course ahead of Friday's Northeast Regional Championships.#UBhornsUP, indeed! pic.twitter.com/VySocxzGj9